Pastor john Everett grew up in Harlem new york. his early life wasn't easy, he got involved with gangs, and crime along with his brother to keep their family afloat, their mother was sick so they needed everything they could do to help her. but, unfortunately, john and his brother lee were caught in a robbery. John took the fall for his brother, and ended up in jail with a 5 year sentence. however, while he was in jail his mother passed. he was completely broken, however one of those days in his cell some books came. he was given a bible along wit the other prisoners. his locked away within those holy pages john found the light and even helped over prisoners. after 2 years he was released for good behavior and being a model prisoner. after that day, he went out to his home. after a talk with his brother who was doing better even with a family, he joined the local church, now on the path to becoming a true man of god.
After a few years of study and work and dedication, but most importantly faith, john became the pastor for his local church after some time doing missions for to impoverished countries. After a few years back in Harlem he took a trip to chernarus to study eastern orthodoxy. the outbreak hit a couple of weeks after he arrived. during the first couple of weeks we gave people guidance and direction the best he can, and the people were grateful. although as time went on and things got worse and worse he went from guidance to last rights...even following the UN, CDF and other foreign response soldiers to help out the people of the towns they were sent to protect, even only if it meant giving faith to the loyal and brave soldiers, and giving last rights to the fallen. after the solders left, and the country fell into a darkness and plague John didnt leave or try to flee despite ample opportunity, he decided to stay to help and guide the survivors as best he could with faith, and when the situation called for it, giving mercy to the afflicted.